Jerusalem: A City and Its Future
Many of the perspectives in these essays are unique and have never been published for a wider audience. Contributors consider aspects of the "politics of religion" - an issue rarely explored objectively in existing literature. Other articles propose ways of mediating the challenges of Jerusalem. In covering a range of crucial subjects, the book will appeal to Jewish and Christian audiences alike. Other primary readers include Middle East and law scholars.
Syracuse University Press
Near and Middle Eastern Studies
Breger, Marshall J. and Ahimeir, Ora, "Jerusalem: A City and Its Future" (2002). Faculty Books. 33.